Hi, I noticed (like anyone, I suppose) that playing a DVD movie on a standalone DVD player connected to a TV set you get a much better quality than playing the same DVD on a computer connected to the same TV through the TV-out of your video card. With "better quality" I mean better image definition, and better color rendering (the latter could be due to poor software decoding, but looks fine on the monitor screen, so that's strange). I'm talking about cheap PC hardware: the composite video output of an old GeForce2MX, or the composite and s-video outputs of an Apple iBook, using the Apple miniVGA->TV adapter. It's cheap hardware, but it should have enough bandwidth anyway to beat a composite video connection between a cheap standalone DVD player and the TV, at least; while it does not. And I'm talking about PAL systems. Can anyone kindly explain me the reason for this, or maybe point me to some online resource explaining this? I'd expect this to be some kind of FAQ... Thanks in advance.